The story of Ramayana and Mahabharata is opposite to each other.
You must have seen the story of Ramayana and Mahabharata on TV. People get to learn a lot from both the stories. You must have seen Ramayana and Mahabharata many times, but have you ever noticed how the two stories are different from each other. There are many points such that it is understood that both the stories are opposite to each other.
In such a situation, today we tell you how both the stories are different from each other and which facts are completely different from both the stories. Let us know about the stories of Ramayana and Mahabharata and tell how both the stories are quite different from each other…
According to the book Myth by author Devdutt Pattanaka, ‘A comparison of Ramayana and Mahabharata shows that both are related to establishing order, but both are stories of different reactions to different needs. Ramayana is about dutifulness while Mahabharata is about revolution. Rama fights to keep the old rules while Krishna struggles to make new rules. Sita has to go to exile due to Rama’s methods. The exploits of Krishna lead to fierce bloody battles, in which all the rules of civilized society are set aside.
In the Ramayana, Rama obeys the father’s orders without any question, while in the Mahabharata, Krishna’s ancestor Yadu disobeys his father.
Ram never kills relatives in Ramayana. At the same time, in the Mahabharata, Krishna kills his maternal uncle to avenge the death of his 6 brothers.
There is no division of empire in Ramayana whereas in Mahabharata the empire is divided between Pandavas and Kauravas.
Rama’s father has three wives in the Ramayana, because he could not give him a son Ratna, while Rama’s wife is Sita. At the same time, Krishna has many wives and the Pandavas too, the five brothers also share one wife, Draupadi. That’s why Draupadi is also called Panchali.
In Ramayana, Rama protects his wife Sita and kills her kidnapper Ravana. In the Mahabharata, Pandavas lose their wives in gambling and stand helpless and have seen the dismemberment of Draupadi at the hands of Kauravas.
Ram does not break any law even during the fight with Ravana in Ramayana. At the same time, in the Mahabharata, the Pandavas, who are fighting the Kauravas under the leadership of Krishna, sometimes flout the rules and regulations.
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